Vivo’s most powerful model ever was presented with top hardware and a powerful camera system, which, in addition to impeccable performance, clearly emphasizes imaging capabilities. For this, a total of four sensors have been placed on the back panel, the 1″ main sensor is accompanied by two telephoto cameras and an ultra-wide-angle unit, the lenses with extremely low light scattering (Abbe number: 81.6) and the T* coating that reduces reflections and ghosting, and the Supplied by Zeiss.
Acting as the main camera Working behind an f/1.75 aperture lens with a 1-inch photosensitive surface Sony IMX989 natively 1.6 It records at 50.3 megapixels with µm pixel size, while the 12 megapixel binnel results in 12.5 megapixel images with an effective pixel size of 3.2 µm. Dual Pixel PD autofocus, laser autofocus and optical stabilization are also included. By the way, the two telephoto units are not without the latter.
The 64-megapixel unit with a 90-millimeter periscope lens provides 3.5x optical zoom and 100x digital magnification, and behind the 50-millimeter portrait lens (f/1.6) is a 50-megapixel IMX758 monitors. The 114° ultra-wide-angle unit records at 48 megapixels, optimized for low distortion, which, like the performance of the other cameras, is helped by Vivo’s own ISP. The V2 image processing unit has 45 MB of static RAM and works with artificial intelligence with 16 TOPS efficiency.
Motion picture recording is possible in up to 8K resolution at 30 frames per second, and the 14-bit RAW format is also an option. For calibration, we can choose a Zeiss Natural Color 2.0 or the more lively vivo Vivid Color mode, as well as Dolby Vision support.
The other specifications of the device were not modest either, which of course means a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 set, 12 GB LPDDR5x system memory and 256 or 512 GB UFS 4.0 internal storage 8900 mm2with a refrigerator. The slightly curved display was supplied by Samsung with the 10-bit LTPO 4 AMOLED (E6) type, which works at 6.78 inches with 1440 x 3200 pixels, up to 1800 nit maximum point luminance, 120 Hz refresh rate and Dolby Vision support. A centrally positioned 32-megapixel selfie camera is inserted into the panel.
The IP68-rated device does not lack stereo speakers, Bluetooth 5.3 with aptX HD and LDAC codec support, NFC and USB 3.2 Gen1 standard with Type-C USB Display Port support. The maximum charging power on a cable is 80 watts, which fully charges the 4700 mAh battery in about half an hour, but it doesn’t last much longer wirelessly at 50 watts. The device, which is available with a red or black artificial leather back, starts at a price of 6,500 yuan with a 12/256 GB memory package, and for the version with 512 GB of internal storage, you have to offer 7,000 yuan, which translates to approximately HUF 360 and 390 thousand.